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The Chris Harris one is great though.
I would buy one.
This for me is what the electric cars seem to be about. just a bunch of screens to look at, some buttons here and there in an uncomfortable and sterile setting. 'there's plenty of headroom'-'i'm a midget'. (ok, he said he's 5'11, but that's hardly tall now is it?) .
Once you buy electric, you should ideally be in a position to charge from your own photovoltaic panels, because then you know for certain that it's 100% renewable energy.
Why was this never built? I would gladly drive one...
Pretty cool little thing.
If I’m not mistaken, our beloved DB5 also had Superleggera coachwork.
That being said, it is likely to be an anachronism either way these days. But I don't have to worry, since even if I had a few million bucks to spare (I don't), I wouldn't spend a six-figure sum on a car like this. As much as I like its looks (and I haven't said that about any BMW for the last fifteen years or so).
Nice car but overpriced at $230000 plus aud.
Parked on the other side of the road was an Audi 200, Living Daylights style! You didn't see many of them even at the time.
Wow that’s cool, never thought they’d be so rare, one sees Audi’s everywhere :p
Reminds me a bit of the E-Type, somehow.
Prices are still moderate, as the "youngtimer" scene has not yet picked up scent and many of the later models (the ones with the type of headlights in the picture in @Gerard 's post, manufactured between 2002 and 2005) are still with their first owners. Also, Coupés are cheaper than convertibles and have more torsional rigidity, making wear and tear from the chassis less likely.
What got me interested in this model was the surprise how good it looked when it first came out, even though it certainly tried to update the looks of the E-Type. By now, it certainly stands for itself. And then this guy bought one and showed the world that it is realistic - and can be fun - to own one.